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7:46 PM Most south-east Asian countries have cut infection rates, but Indonesia is losing its battle.

Cop’s ‘ultimate price’

7:52 PM Auckland officer’s death during a routine traffic stop has left the country’s police force “mourning” and “in shock”.

Two questioned over shooting.

Police are talking to two “people of interest” after one officer was shot dead and another injured.

Professor quits over allegations.

8:05 PM AUT’s Max Abbott resigns as the university investigates sexual stalking claims against him.

Isolation ‘more like incubation’

Guest at a border hotel tells of poor compliance, lax standards and nurses being verbally abused.

Aussie jailed for threats on Ardern.

7:49 PM Cormac Rothsey accused of making threats on NZ’s PM life, as well as Muslims.

Live NRL: South Sydney v Warriors.

Cold-water swims ‘similar to therapy’

Auckland police shooting: One dead, one injured and another person hit by car in Massey Live: Auckland police to be armed after officer shot dead in West Auckland Hilary Barry claps back at body-shaming troll with ultimate revenge pic Live: Housing Minister Megan Woods, Air Commodore Digby Webb discuss border blunder Coronavirus: Unwell guests ushered from hotel linked to latest case in protective gear Australia under cyber attack, says Prime Minister Scott Morrison One killed, one arrested after three-vehicle crash in Carterton Taranaki woman scoops $570k Lotto prize four times on same ticket Housing Minister Megan Woods taking on responsibility for border management Coronavirus: Trevor Noah has a crack at New Zealand over Covid-19 bungle.

Quiz: Afternoon trivia challenge.

Rare falcon shot dead in Gisborne.

Whales rescued from shark nets.

Should Foveaux Strait be renamed?

Mystics pip Magic on netball’s return.

Trevor Noah’s Covid dig at NZ.

Bluff wedding cluster closed.

New Zealand’s largest Covid-19 cluster, related to a wedding reception in Bluff, has closed.

No new Covid-19 cases.

After three cases during the week, it’s back to a zero day for New Zealand.

‘Major weakness’ at ports.

Blood type linked to virus risk.

Unwell hotel guest taken away.

Traveller isolating at an isolation hotel says two men “wrapped in protective equipment” were taken away.

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Gloriavale leader cleared.

Howard Temple admitted using force on a former member to stop her seeing her mother, yet police chose not to lay charges.

Woman’s home was drugs haven.

Cherie Akehurst offered her home and a storage unit as a haven for imported meth, MDMA and cocaine.

One dead, one held after crash.

Who takes the blame?

Police death is ‘devastating’

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern sends her condolences after a police officer was shot dead in West Auckland.

Swapping utes for greener transport.

Nelmac took “a long hard look” at its vehicle fleet and opted to swap out some utes for hybrid cars.

Climate change’s $800m drought toll.

Two major recent droughts led to nearly $5 billion in damages, $800 million of which is attributable to climate change.

$15m to cut CentrePort emissions.

Beyond reasonable drought: NZ’s climate future.

Antarctica’s record sea ice loss.

Sea ice in Antarctica’s Weddell Sea has shrunk by 1 million square kilometres in five years.

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Under-fire Highlanders shareholder sells.

His ticketing company is under pressure to refund punters, now Matthew Davey is cashing up Highlanders shares.

H&J Smith confirms closure.

Managing director Jason Smith said the Dunedin department store will close on January 30, as well as the Armoury Store, affecting about 85 employees.

Giant glassmaker plans for downturn.

Air NZ shuts office.

China linked to Australia cyber attack.

Aussie PM says “malicious” attack on private and public sector could only have come from a “state-based actor”.

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Do you rinse soap off washed dishes?

Not washing off soap suds appears to be part of Kiwi culture.

12 lockdown living rooms.

From London to the Ukraine, people have hunkered down in their own special place.

Non-food things you should freeze.

Do you need home CCTV?

Tiny house, big dreams.

This family embraced minimalist, Scandinavian living when they built their own tiny house.

Celtic Inn taps Brew Union.

It’s never easy competing with the big boys, but a Palmerston North brewery has broken into its city’s pub taps at a well-established tavern.

Evo Cycles buys Bike Barn.

It’s still the city’s longest-running bike shop, it’s just on to its third name.

1 in 3 consider insurance changes.

Building recovery questions answered.

Funding lifts Sounds Air.

Sounds Air will receive government funding from a new package set up to keep “essential transport” alive.

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Overseas flights on sale.

Air NZ selling its global network from September 1, but what are the chances of flying?

3-month odyssey to see parents.

Juan Manuel Ballestero couldn’t get a flight, so he decided to sail across the Atlantic.

Hong Kong Disneyland reopens.

Launching a cruise in pandemic.

Cutest video you’ll see all day.

Defy you not to ‘ahhh’ as a two-month-old pygmy hippo makes his debut at US zoo.

Endangered albatrosses killed.

Antipodean albatrosses are one of nature’s tragic love stories. Four of the endangered birds were killed by a fishing vessel.

Behind the scenes of water reform.

It started with a minor scientific disagreement. Then the politicians got involved.

Mosque terrorist wrongly granted gun licence.

The March 15 terrorist was wrongly granted a firearms licence due to a string of police failures, sources say.

Split inside health review.

Heather Simpson’s team agreed on almost everything – except the plan for a Māori Health Authority.

Unemployment and racial privilege.

The Government’s response to Covid-19 entrenches a racial divide in the welfare state.

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Trump fans gather in Tulsa as virus cases rise.

Several U.S. states including Oklahoma – where President Donald Trump is scheduled to hold a campaign rally on Saturday – reported a surge in new coronavirus infections this week.

Officer’s emotional McMuffin video.

US police station receives hundreds of calls about officer’s tearful response to McDonalds’ service.

Hong Kong Disneyland reopens.

Banned for refusing face mask.

China linked to Australia cyber attack.

Aussie PM says “malicious” attack on private and public sector could only have come from a “state-based actor”.

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Am I the last person ironing?

Along with diamonds, traditional marriage, big houses and even sex, Millennials have been accused of killing the practice of ironing.

You can be caring without sharing.

OPINION: We shouldn’t shame people simply because they’re not posting about BLM.

Endangered turtle begins rehab.

Best & worst: Queen Elizabeth.

Allbirds now making undies.

Four years after launching their first sneakers, Kiwi shoe company Allbirds is pivoting to undies.

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Cold-water swims ‘like therapy’

8:24 PM Even when the swell is so bone-chillingly cold her toes feel like they are burning, Angela Abel wades goes for a dip.

Covid-19: Woman went to gym.

Auckland gym says a woman who lent a car to the two new Covid-19 cases attended a ‘hands-on’ training session at its facility.

NZ’s oldest practising dentist retires at 88.

Post-walk snacks impact climate.

Getting back on the beers after lockdown?

Be careful when returning to the pub. Your alcohol tolerance might’ve changed during lockdown and you could do more harm to your body.

Officer’s emotional McMuffin video.

US police station receives hundreds of calls about officer’s tearful response to McDonalds’ service.

Uncle Ben rice image ditched.

The picture of a black farmer on the rice packaging since the 1940s will be replaced.

‘Cruel’ booze ban in quarantine hotel.

Eateries expand post Covid.

Climate change’s $800m drought toll.

Two major recent droughts led to nearly $5 billion in damages, $800 million of which is attributable to climate change.

Staff and hospitality win.

A staff reward for lockdown efforts will also boost Nelson and Marlborough restaurants.

Waikato farmer fined for effluent discharge.

Poacher loses boat and gun.

Bravo celebrities film music tv & radio arts games.

8 great shows for the weekend.

8:20 PM Payton Hobart is back, while a new British drama looks at the potential perils of surrogacy.

Kiwi Netflix one of the worst.

We’re not lacking in choices on Netflix, but compared to other countries they’re not good ones.

Why details matter in The Last of Us Part II.

Forces’ singer Vera Lynn dies at 103.

Hilary’s ultimate revenge pic.

OPINION: You’d think she’d be tired of taking on trolls by now, but Hilary’s upped the ante.

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Padma Lakshmi has discussed racism with her daughter ‘all through her childhood’

Bravo’s Top Chef host Padma Lakshmi is raising her 10-year-old daughter to understand racism and inequality. Padma recently explained that she has been having important conversations with her daughter, who she lovingly refers to as “Little Hands,” for quite some time.

Reza Farahan finally got to hold GG’s baby for the first time.

Reza Farahan has already met Golnesa “GG” Gharachedaghi’s son, Elijah, virtually and with social distancing involved, but now he’s gotten the chance to finally hold him.